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Old 09-26-2012, 09:25 AM   #1
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[NS2] the RSS & link_events code in MIH implemented by NIST


Hi everybody
I'm using NS2.29 with NIST for mobility networks (IEEE 802.21),
I want to recover the Radio Signal strength of WLAN and UMTS to decide the handover.
How can I do it ?
which code file is concerning the Mih LINK_EVENTS in NIST MIH package in NS2 ???

thx in advance.
 
  


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